Tag Archives: Brendan Grace

Oct
5
2013

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Totally normal

Totally normal

Well, the Internationals held on longer than the majority expected at the historically U.S.-dominated Presidents Cup. [*Wait, they’re making a charge as I type in Saturday afternoon foursomes! It’s getting interesting again!]

With the weather-delayed week dominating the matches, the second session wasn’t completed on Friday and the teams returned at the crack of dawn (literally, warming up in the dark) to finish that foursome session before the quick turnaround for Saturday morning’s five four-ball matches. Which, of course, fell victim to yet another suspension in play due to the monsoon that swept through the area causing Muirfield Village to become unplayable (as you can see above).  

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Jul
13
2013
By Stephanie Wei under European PGA Tour
Phil got in a groove for the last 11 holes

Phil got in a groove for the last 11 holes

Henrik Stenson will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, with American Phil Mickelson heading the chasing pack in a stellar final grouping.

Stenson posted a superb round of 66 at Castle Stuart Golf Links to move to 16 under par, with Mickelson in hot pursuit after matching the Swede’s effort.

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May
1
2013
By Stephanie Wei under European PGA Tour
Ye

Ye breaks new age record

Guan Tianlang, who? The 14-year-old became the youngest to compete in the Masters and he’s made two cuts in a row, but forget Guan, who was the youngest to play in a sanctioned Tour event at 13 in the 2012 China Open. Enter: Ye Wocheng, the 12-year-old earned a spot in this year’s China Open, a European Tour event, via the qualifier, which, as you know, is no easy feat. 

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